The September issue of the Chief Wellbeing Officer podcast in which we talk to Data Scientist of the Year Nuria Oliver.
Steven’s views on wellbeing, responsibility and purpose were recently published on IE Insights, the knowledge hub for IE University. You can listen to the English and Spanish versions below.
As we come to the end of our summer break, yet still keen to broadcast an August episode of the podcast, we make available Chapter 13 from the SEP audiobook. This also marks the imminent release of the new paperback version, substantially re-worked from the 2014 Financial Times Press hardback and available on Amazon from early-October. The Kindle version is available for sale now.
The global food system is in even greater need of overhaul today in 2019, than when first published in 2014, and is the chapter with the least amount of edits in the new paperback version.
Steven recently appeared as a guest on WISE Words, the podcast linked to the biennial World Innovation Summit on Education in Doha where he will be a speaker in November. You can listen to the full interview with the CEO of WISE below.
The May episode of Chief Wellbeing Officer, originally published on The European Business Review.
Here we reboot the Chief Wellbeing Officer podcast, merging fully with our previous monthly column ‘MacGregor on Executive Health.’ Each month we’ll produce a 1000 word article, 30 minute podcast and 1 minute video in collaboration with The European Business Review. In this episode we look at SAPs new Happiness at Work initiative.
From the first content design in 2007 which gave rise to the formation of The LAB, to recording of the online course in 2013, publication of the English language hardback in 2014, and the Spanish language paperback in 2015, we are delighted to now release the audiobook of Sustaining Executive Performance to bring the story of SEP full circle. You can listen to Chapter 3 in its entirety on the Soundcloud link opposite and purchase from the links below.
I recently recorded a video summary for IE Business School on how Agility helps drive a more human workplace. Link to the video coming soon once published. In the meantime, I’m sharing the notes I produced to prepare here…
Design Your Life, a popular keynote of ours the past few years (premiered here) and which led to the current Design Vowels framework that can be found in the Chief Wellbeing Officer book, started off as Chapter 3 in Sustaining Executive Performance. There, I looked at the foundations of design, how it can be taught at MBA level, be used to re-design ones’ day for better health and wellbeing, and ultimately help build a better world. We’re currently producing the audiobook version of SEP and I thought it would be fitting to share this chapter now via the Soundcloud link below. Regardless of interest in health, wellbeing and performance, it might prove useful as an introduction to design, if you’re engaged in teaching design at MBA level, or if you simply want to dive a bit deeper if your own experience has been limited to sticking brightly coloured post-its on a wall ;)